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Lofoten Opera Hotel Lofoten archipelago, Norway Opening: Unconfirmed
Plans have been unveiled for the coil- shaped Lofoten Opera Hotel, which is to be built in Norway’s Lofoten archipelago. The curvaceous design presented by Snøhetta Architects will help the 95-bed
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hotel blend into the surrounding seascape, while creating an inner and outer area for activities. It will feature a spa and amphi- theatre as well as hiking resources. The Lofoten area is on one of 18 national
tourist routes in Norway. It’s part of a 184km (114 mile) trail which is very popular with hikers and nature lovers and is also home to the Eggrum rest stop designed by Snøhetta in 2007. The hotel will be ideally situated for visitors to the remote location.
The hotel is in a remote location popular with hikers. Its coil-shaped design will blend in with the surrounding seascape
Construction on the Lofoten Opera
Hotel started in December 2013 and the estimated cost for the project is NOK300m (US$49.6m, €35.9m, £30m). No completion date has been given. Read more: http://lei.sr?a=P7K1U